Verulam Reallymoving is having its best cyclo-cross season to date - with the club's youngsters living up to their undoubted promise.

The St Albans-based cycling race team had three of its riders crowned as regional champions as well as taking multiple wins and podium places.

Round 10 of the Central Cyclo-cross League took place at Hillingdon and incorporated the regional event.

George Rice led going into the last lap of the U10 race but a mechanical issue dropped him to fifth.

The team were soon back to the podium however with Emma Knox taking the win in the U12s and brother Alarik winning the U14s.

Verulam Reallymoving's seniors continued their excellent form at Hillingdon too, with Liz McKie third in the V50 women and Alan Gunner fourth in the V40 men.

The team's third regional champion came in the form of Paul Caton who won the Eastern Region V60 championship at Trinity Park in East Suffolk.

He will now look towards the UCI Masters Cyclo-cross World Championships held on the same course.

On the road too, new signing Batu Yildiz has taken his first win.

It came at the Full Gas Winter Circuit Series at Hillingdon, and event where Jared Millar raced twice, taking first place in the masters V50 race and then sixth in the cat 3/4 event.

The latter also saw Matt Wight place third.